Learning a new language is fast becoming one of the top skills that employers look for when recruiting new employees. The world is fast becoming increasingly globalised and more companies than ever are doing business in multiple countries around the world, but they can’t do it without hiring cultured and linguistically adept people.
IELTS stands for the International English Language Testing System. It is by far the most popular English language test, hence why a number of higher education institutions will ask that you complete the test. In under three hours, the IELTS test assesses the full range of your English skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Have you ever wondered how English, with approximately 750,000 words, developed into the wonderfully detailed and complex language that it is today?
The English language has many phrases that are used frequently by locals but can be confusing to people trying to translate them.
You might escape everyday life by re-watching your favorite shows, whether it’s to drown the monotony of your 9-to-5 job or laugh at something all over again.
Music will definitely help you improve your English. We are surrounded by music and sounds and, yet, we don’t often realize how important it is, nowadays, to just “really” listen to a song and to visualize its lyrics in order to improve our knowledge of a certain language
London is a world apart. London is a complete different thing. London is a whole beautiful universe. This is what people realize, once they have visited other places of the United Kingdom.
Life under “lockdown” can be a very frustrating experience. One of the most important things is to have enough activities on hand to keep active, to have plenty of things to do and to prevent us from become bored and irritable. Expanding your range of interests at this difficult time is certainly a good idea.